- Adoptive Parent Recruitment , Foster Parent Recruitment
- September 21, 2018
Let It Be Us is in search of foster and/or adoptive parents for actively waiting Illinois children. Parents who are interested in learning more are welcome to complete an Inquiry Form for each child. You will be contacted by each child’s caseworker only if you are a match. Thank you for your patience. While we are cannot give out information on individual children, questions may be directed to email@example.com.
#100 – Two little boys ages 4 years and 2 years. They are currently in a shelter and the caseworkers are falling in love with them. Parents of all types from Chicago only are welcome to apply via our Inquiry Form.
#101 – A 10 year old boy whose caseworker says likes everything a 10 year old likes, puzzles, games, and family fun. Parents of all types from the Springfield area are welcome to apply via our Inquiry Form.
#102 – A 16 year old boy who loves music and is quite a singer. Parents of any types from Chicago are welcome to apply via our Inquiry Form.104 – A 12 year old boy who simply wants a mother. He likes to play chess, legos, and pokemon cards. He loves trucks and wrestlers. Parents of all types are welcome to apply, especially those who have a mother, via our Inquiry Form.
#103 – A 17 year old girl who is an excellent student and has excellent school attendance. Taking school seriously she loves to read and write poetry. Parents of all types from Chicago or the South Suburbs are welcome to apply via our Inquiry Form.
#104 – A 12 year old boy who simply wants a mother. He loves chess, legos, pokemon cards, trucks, and wrestlers. All families from Central Illinois with a mom are welcome to apply via our Inquiry Form.
#105 – A 15 year old girl who identifies as LGBTQ. She is currently in a shelter. She loves music and drawing. She needs parents who will be accepting of her identity. Parents from the Chicago area are welcome to apply via our Inquiry Form.
#106 – A 15 year old boy whose horizon includes being introduced to new things and new experiences. While he’s medically complex, he is intelligent, gets along with others, and enjoys using public transportation. The only thing that has slowed him down is his past. He’s been joined by a team of excellent Chicago doctors and now all he needs are excellent parents. If you are interested in considering being this boy’s parent(s) and champions, and you live in the Chicago area, please apply via our Inquiry Form.
Let It Be Us designs child specific recruitment tools utilized to heighten awareness about the need for parents through foster care and adoption and to improve the lives of children in foster care by helping them find loving and safe homes. Identifying information or photographs are not used in their publication.
Let It Be Us is a 501(c)(3) with the mission of adoption and education of children in Illinois foster care. You can learn more about their work at www.LetItBeUs.org. Questions about Wednesday’s Children of Illinois may be directed to Susan McConnell, Executive Director of Let It Be Us, at SusanMcConnell@LetItBeUs.org.